Councilmember Elizabeth Foreman has lived in Oklahoma for over 20 years. Originally from Southern California, she has spent nearly 12 years living in Norman, having become a resident of Ward 6 in 2016 with her family. Councilmember Foreman holds a Bachelors Degree from the University of Oklahoma and a Masters Degree in Public Administration with a concentration on Public Administration and Public Policy from the University of Oklahoma as well. Councilmember Foreman is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Administration and Leadership from Southern Nazarene University.
Ward Six includes the area between 12th Avenue NW and 36th Avenue NE, with a northern boundary of Indian Hills Road and a portion between 12th Avenue NE and 24th Avenue NE with a southern boundary of Alameda Street.
Councilmember Foreman currently works at Oklahoma Primary Care Association as the Director of Finance and Accounting. OKPCA works towards strengthening access to affordable, community-based health care to all Oklahomans. Councilmember Foreman is also an Adjunct Professor of Political Science. Previously, Councilmember Foreman was an Accountant at a Police Department in Oklahoma City for 8 years. Her interest in running for City Council began when she learned about the financial issues arising within the City and felt compelled to run as a concerned resident having the professional experiences and personal character to help the residents of Norman.
Councilmember Foreman has served on the Historic District Commission for the City of Norman as Chair and was a member of The Norman Transcript’s Editorial Board. She currently serves on the Finance Committee.